Dhoni said in a Facebook post that he will share the exciting news with his fans on Sunday, September 25. MS Dhoni who came to the line today said that Oreo can win us the trophy this time. Oreo was launched before India won the 2011 World Cup.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni who is called the most successful captain of Team India has made a big announcement on 25th September. MS Dhoni has launched Oreo Biscuit in India. Along with this, MS Dhoni has also ended the suspense of finding the link between a cracker brand and WC 2022, which had been a topic of discussion since his announcement, what his star cricketer will share. .
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Dhoni said in a Facebook post that he will share the exciting news with his fans on Sunday, September 25. MS Dhoni who came to the line today said that Oreo can win us the trophy this time. Oreo was launched before India won the World Cup in 2011. If Oreo is launched again, then this year’s World Cup win, now the connection is cleared. Let’s restart Oreo. I bring up 2011 again because to make history we must remake history. Dhoni is considered one of the best wicketkeepers in the world. He led India to three ICC trophies – 2007 T20 World Cup, 2011 ODI World Cup and 2013 Champions Trophy. Dhoni, who started his cricket career in 2004, represented the country in 350 ODIs, 98 T20Is and 90 Tests, scoring 17,266 runs across all formats.
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Although Dhoni is known for his restraint on and off the field, the former Indian cricketer recently revealed the reason why he does not get angry on the field. He said he tries to control his emotions. Recently, while speaking on LiveFast, Dhoni said that when a player plays for the country on the field, he will never commit any mistake from his side. Especially on such an occasion, when the eyes of 40,000 people in the stadium and millions of fans through television are on him. But every time things don’t go our way, which is why players make mistakes.